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is responsible for the content of this ad. time running out. j j j. good morning. time running out. a new poll shows donald trump 12 points behind hillary clinton with just over two weeks to go. karl rove saying a win is unlikely. >> i don't see it happening. >> white house. >> clinton sounding confident. >> i debated him for 4 1/2 hours. i don't even think about responding to him anymore. >> is it over or can trump turn the tide in the next 15 days. >> horrific crash, speed and driver fatigue possibly behind a tour bus accident in southern california that left 13 people dead and 31 others injured. this morning, the latest on the
a civilian on a routine ride along with police gets the scare of her life. a high speed chase, then this. she suffers minor injuries. the suspects considered armed and dangerous are still on the loose today, monday, october 24th, 2016. from nbc new "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a monday morning. does it feel a little brighter in our neck of the woods this morning? >> when you said good morning, i was thinking al roker this
>> good to be back. >> we will talk al and his recovery in just a couple minutes. we want to talk politics. we get to the state of the race. just 15 days to go now. early voing under way in the state of florida. a look at miami with early voting and absentee ballots. about half the state's registered voters are expected to cast an early ballot >> and clinton leads by double digits according to "washington post" poll? >> clinton has a rally with senator elizabeth warren and donald trump is making two stops this afternoon, trying to win over some of those early voters we just talked about. nbc national correspondent, peter alexander is in washington and will begin our 2016 coverage. good morning to you. >> good morning.
he's behind. hillary clinton trying to capitalize on her widening lead and probably the best sign of her campaign's confidence the fact she's now flexing her muscles down ballot trying to turn the senate and house races over to the democrats as well. barely two weeks to go, donald trump and hillary clinton not letting up. trump in florida, highlighting his tough stand on undocumented immigrants. >> when they come back the third time, you know what's going to >> reporter: they are fighting to energize voters in key battlegrounds. >> north carolinians do know what's at stake in this election. >> reporter: with president obama lending a hand in nevada. >> we will elect hillary clinton to be the next president of the united states. >> for trump facing a ticking
behind. >> we are behind. she has tremendous advantage, has her former husband campaigning for her and the current president and vice president much more popular than she can hope to be. >> reporter: even strategists saying it's a long shot. >> i don't see it happening. maybe it could. i doubt in the two weeks we have him conducting the kind of campaign he is conducting. >> reporter: yet to put the race away and another batch of stolen e-mail about campaign manager john podesta not cobbcobb -- confirmy nbc news about bernie sanders. >> bernie sanders was in a rigged system. you notice how quiet he's been for the last three or four days because he's been watching and
delivering an address at gettysburg but overshadowing over women accusing him of sexual misconduct. >> all of these liars will be sued after the election is over. >> reporter: clinton dismissing trump's repeated claim there's a media conspiracy against him. >> i debated him for 4 1/2 hours. i don't even think about responding to him anymore. >> reporter: the fiery final debate proviing another round of fodder for "saturday night live." >> will you accept the results because, frankly, this whole thing is rigged, even the media, everyday i turn on the news and all of the newscasters are making me look so bad. >> how are we doing that? >> by taking all the things i say and all the things i do and putting them on tv. >> a lot of this year's election will happen before election day. more than 6 million votes have
more than a million in florida alone according to exclusive data from the firm, target smart. a third of the total votes, a record, will come before november 8th. >> thank you very much. let's bring in nicolle wallace we know well and dana perino, now host of "the five" on fox news and author of a new book called "let me tell you about dana great to have you here. >> thank you. >> can't wait to talk about politics. here's one thing republicans and democrats seem to have in common this moment, they're both focusing on down ballot races. the fight seems to be over the senate and to a lesser degree the house, dana. >> remarkable how many republicans have been able to localize their races and make it just about ohio and just about
democrats pulled money from that race and decided they have to let that one go. the rest of the senate is feeling the weight of it. kelly ayotte and others. the power hangs in the balance. >> if you're democrats, hillary clinton looking past donald trump, if you're a republican saying, let's not give hillary clinton all of the power, is it too early? there's 15 days to go. >> it's a great message for republicans. absolutely right. pulling way ahead of donald trump in the state of florida for a seat he didn't say he wanted. democrats pulled money out of that. republicans are making the overt message, hillary clinton's saying you need me is a check on her power is quite a stunning turn. >> to your point, 15 days is a lifetime in politics, we don't have to tell you two veterans that. does trump have a chance of
than it is, that's what he says. he will point to the polls that show a tighter race. what can he do? >> they have to do that. within the margin of error, he is spending two days in florida. had a huge rally last night. for some supporters, they're confuing enthusiasm at rallies with results at the ballot box. there is enthusiasm on their side. you look at d about going into arizona and georgia they don't have that many resources to expand that map. a washington host syndicated columnist talked to republicans about splitting their vote, they will need it. >> the news proved you right again this weekend. donald trump has not shown discipline spec sticking to a message that can beat hillary
that speech and talks about what he can do in 100 days. then what does he do? talks about the women who accused him of sexual misconduct. what comes out of that speech? >> i will sue them. >> i felt like this was a lights out 14 day period that just ended for him. what his supporters have going for him, they have now uprooted and totally changed the republican party forever. final 14 days he can leave a stamp on the movement. if he keeps talking about grievances and yelling about paul ryan and threatening to sue the women, his power diminishing in the aftermath. >> nicole is in a happy place, written a book, about her beloved dog, jasper. if you know dana, you know jasper. if you love washington, you love dogs.
galaxy, talk about your pets. >> there are friends who unfriended their friend on facebook or avoid their neighbors so they don't have to talk about politics. this has been a wonderful distraction for me this year talks about "let me tell you about jasper," a chapter i took out of the first book i was grateful you had me on to talk about. we first bonded over our dogs if you feel this year has been so politically divisive and no way to talk about these people, talk about your family pet. 68% of americans have dogs and they're a quite equalizer. >> politics off-limits. >> you don't find it at the dog park. thank you and congrats.
right. >> the book is perfect. i love it. let's turn to other news. iraqi forces one week into that massive operation to reclaim mosul from isis. officials there saying it's going faster than they had planned. richard engel is on the front lines, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt, iraqi forces say it's going much faster than planned. offensive, they have eliminated 78 towns and villages from isis. isis' so-called caliphate is under attack from kurdish troops who launched a push in mosul and iraqi counter-terrorism forces trained by the u.s. to be the tip of the sphere of this
are pushing further ahead today and this is the tip and the commander said they expect to be in mosul in a matter of days. >> at times, just a few miles from the front line, are around 500 american advisors who help with air strikes and coordinations. there are about 5,000 more american troops on bases. defense secretary ash carter visited them this weekend. >> we will get better and better at combatting isil even i change, which they will, we will still get better. >> with every new village liberated from isis, more signs of the radical intolerance, specifically persecution of christians who lived here in iraq since the start. and like this father and his wife who return to see what
returns to see their beloved church. >> it is two years and three months. >> reporter: they thank iraqi troops for driing out isis. the church is still standing but desecrated. the cross burnt and shot, religious art smashed. the iraqi troops celebrate and he salvages some books and vows to return when it's safer. biggest battles begin when the forces reach the city of mosul itself. there are some 5,000 isis fighters in the city, among them, 1500 foreign fighters, most of them from entrepreneur. matt, savannah. >> richard engel in iraq for us. thank you. speed appears to be a factor in a deadly tour bus crash that
slammed into the back of a tractor-trailer. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. several authorities are already on the scene trying to figure out what caused this horrific accident that killed 13 people and woke up in area hospitals like this. a weekend trip to the casino turned deadly. passengers shaken. witnesses say around 4:00 a.m., headed for los angeles. an hour later it slammed into the back of a tractor-trailer in palm springs, knocking its driver unconscious. >> the impact hit us from behind. i just blacked out for a minute. i'm blessed to be alive. >> reporter: you can see they're cutting out pieces of that truck, the cargo inside smashed
of the big rig trailer, the trailer itself entered about 15 feet into the bus. >> reporter: the florida highway patrol telling nbc news fatigue may have been a factor. the bus driver was killed in the accident. his sister was killed in the crash and questions whether the driver is alert. >> my sister, i said you have to be careful and make sure you know who is dri where the bus picked up passenger, some remain in critical condition. >> reporter: are the victims expected to recover. >> we won't make predictions but everybody in the unit is stable. >> reporter: authorities still trying to find clues and answers. >> reporter: they're trying to identify all the victims because many of them didn't have state
>> matt, savannah. >> thank you. >> some sad news to tell you about. tom hayden, the famed 1960s activist and former husband of jane fonda has died. hayden passed away sunday after a long illness. he made headlines in the 1960s with his trips to north vietnam and as a defendant in the celebrated "chicago 7" trial and hayden changed paths to chicago state senate for two decades and remained an enduing voice for progressive causes and the environment. tom hayden was 76 years old. more on the billion dollar deal between time warner and at&t. saying they would do over that
hillary clinton saying market competition is a good and healthy thing for consumers. federal regulators will have to approve that merger before it is allowed to proceed. we want to go back to the high speed chase video we showed you at the top of the show. it all happened with a civilian as a ride along in the passenger seat. take a listen. >> shots fired. >> oh, no. knots fired. mayberry. >> no, no, no. >> the shooting happened sunday morning northwest of fresno. the officer was not hurt but the civilian suffered minor scratches from broken glass. police say the suv was later found abandoned a few blocks away. an ar-15 style pistol was also
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in the upper 40s for highs. that's what's going on. your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. good morning. sunrise about 10 minutes away. temperatures hofrlg in low to mid 50s and later today climbing in the upper 60s with sunshine. tomorrow, cooler weather moves in, high around 60 and chillier
getting to the next weekend also a chance of showers on saturday afternoon, evening into sunday morning. that's the way it looks. >> that's your latest weather. >> good to have you back. >> like riding a bike. coming up, story of a family divided after a high profile story of a woman who threatened to end her life diagnosed with cancer and how her mother father are at odds. and that website and interconnected devices we all have and how to make sure your home is safe, first, this is
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handed it to the crowd to be passed around, the crowd filled with many of his co-stars over the years. >> i really had to come back to the idea there's love. that's what we came with and what we go with. >> you can see the full ceremony manager admits he is behind and the race isn't over. he will be on the trail in florida and hillary clinton has a rally scheduled in new hampshire. donald trump get toing a much needed boost in the state of nevada. the review journal just became the first major newspaper to endorse trump, its editorial board promiing quote he promises to be a source of disruption and discomfort to the
elite." the world series gets under way tomorrow night, an historic between chicago cubs and cleveland indians. the two hold the longest title drought in baseball. clearly, long-suffering fans are a little excited about all this. ron mott is at wrigley field in chicago. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. if somebody was writing a novel how the c hard-pressed to match the excitement around the world series. celebration is under way and they do not want it to stop. >> reporter: to say life has changed since the indians had a world series. wedding vows and photo shoot and nod to the late cubs announcer,
1945, the cubs last appeared on the world series stage but failed to win it all. i'll say it. president obama tweeted, holy cow, even this white sox fan was happy to see wrigley rocking. >> they won't have to talk about the lovable losers anymore. >> reporter: when the cubs were last baseball loyalty way back in 1908, tvs hadn't been invented and no crossword puzzles and even toasters hadn't
champs. tickets in cleveland topping $3200, nearly double in chicago hitting super bowl levels, six grand plus. >> don't have $3,000 for a ticket right now. >> reporter: two ciies with a tale to tell, one triumphant, the other still waiting. everybody knows cubs fans are passionate. here's a cubs' fan, hillary clinton, seconds after that amazing play endedhe going to the world series and people are still pinching themselves. they still can't believe it. game one is tomorrow night in cleveland. >> i will soak up every minute of this series, i can't wait. >> a mix of joy and shock. >> lived in cleveland for five years, loved that town. we had a good time. >> what stays in cleveland -- >> i guess the painkillers haven't worn off yet. let's show you what we have
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afternoon/evening again over the weekend perhaps. >> get that weather any time you need it. check out the weather channel on cable. >> what happened in cleveland? >> never mind. >> al, thank you so much. we turn now to a family struggle nearly two years after a woman with temp nal cancer chose to end her life. she wrote a memoir and the husband says it late wife's wishes. brittany made national attention when she decided to move to oregon. it was one of a few states where death with dignity laws were in place and issue of very important for the family. just how to share her story has caused disagreement within her family. >> a neighbor looking at it said it looks like grade 4, which this is worst most aggressive
when she was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. >> it went from years of time to being told i had like six months. >> reporter: it was almost impossible for her mother, debra ziegler to fathom. >> it began in a terrible nightmare no parent ever wants to face. and no young woman should ever have to face. >> reporter: in a new memoir called wild and precious life, personal struggle as she tried to support her daughter's wishes to end her own life. it's her wishes to share her story are now in question. in a post to a facebook page, dan said his late wife asked him to share this statement if this situation were to arrive. i love my mother very much but i don't want her to be a storyteller about me. she's been a great mom and i wouldn't be here without her. i don't want her to write about
working for the cause, she said, use your strength. she never said anything to me about that. i don't know what to think of this statement, except that brittany said many many things in those last days, and i again go back to honoring the brittany who i knew, not the brain tumor brittany. >> she tells nbc there are and he explicitly stated in her will she should be the only one to share her story to change end of life improvements and legislation. >> i can't tell you the amount of relief it provides me to know i don't have to die the way it's been described to me. >> reporter: it's a cause important to her and one her mother and husband are trying to champion both moving forward
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it's disconcerting, frightening, especially with kids. >> absolutely unprecedented. >> reporter: the attack was aimed at dyn that works with internet giants. >> reporter: what was it like? >> it was heart stopping and affects everything we're doing. >> reporter: currently there are an estimated 20.able billion. as companies like dyn work to ward off future attacks. >> think of a domain or website the same as a storefront or brick and mortar store and think of all the things that go into that store, electricity, plumbing, you think of it in a physical way, behind every
security experts have three main recommendations, first, get to know how your devices work and whether they're internet enabled. it may not be obvious, change default passwords and internet security software and use an internet hub at home for extra security, often they take an extra password, one more line of defense. >> we want to return to ages. >> i'm still there anyway. it's daunting. >> it's daunting but there are ways to protect yourself. internet companies are working hard to protect consumers because it's in their best interests but staying a step ahead is the hardest part. >> thank you. oscar winner, tom hanks on "snl" over the weekend and his blockbuster.
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this is a "news4 today" newsbreak. >> 7:56 your time now. good morning. i'm eun yang. we want to get right to melissa mollet with breaking news. what's going on? >> this is video taken moments ago by chopper 4. northbound shut
down at regina drive because of a pedestrian hit a few you can see some slowdown on georgia avenue. southbound still open. there is a crash and as they widen out, beltway looking pretty normal. >> we'll check your forecast
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it's 8:00 on "today." it's 8:00 today. poll position, hillary clinton opens up a double digit lead on donald trump, shifting her strategy to now simply >> i debated him 4 1/2 hours, i don't even think about responding to him anymore. >> trump remains defiant and says he will shake things up. >> if we win on november 8th, it's a rigged broken corrupt system and we will fix it. plus, roker's road to
the knee and get the quadricep muscles to fire back nice and strong. >> on al's first day back after surgery and the breakthroughs and therapy that allowed him to get back on his feet so quickly. the stars are in studio 1a. tom hanks joins us live to talk about burning up the big screen and the inferno. >> each has changed their order. >> someone >> anthony bourdain is in the kitchen to whip up something special from his family-inspired cookbook, monday, october 24th, 2016. >> on the "today" show! >> we're celebraing our 70th birthday.
>> from michigan! >> from columbia, south carolina, our 20th anniversary. >> this is our year! >> we're back 8:00 on a monday morning. this is the 24th day of october, crowd, i think. i think they're here to welcome al back after two weeks and knee surgery. >> i don't know. >> i would like to welcome you back with this hearty hand shake and a ufer bar. >> what is that? >> the ladies from the peninsula. >> dark chocolate ufer bar.
anthony bourdain. >> over the years on his show he has proven he will eat just about anything, which is good. he's in the kitchen with savannah. >> after being there, they band me from the cooking segment. first, we get to "today's" headline, news at 8:00. >> reporter: i'm hampshire where hillary clinton will be asking vote others to elect a democrat senate to strengthen her hand in governing if she defeats donald trump. leading in most polls, hillary clinton in north carolina sunday turning her attention away from rival, donald trump, instead, focusing on down ballot races, campaigning for senate candidate, debra ross hoping to defeat her republican candidate.
donald trump -- unlike her opponent, debra has never been afraid to take on her opponent. >> reporter: and trying to help another candidate topple republican pat toomey. >> she's running against someone who refuses to stand up to donald trump. >> clinton exuing new confidence, dismissing trump after he suggested a vast media conspiracy to rig the election for her. >> debated him for 4 1/2 i don't even think about responding to him anymore. >> reporter: a defiant trump in florida sunday. >> if we win on november 8th, we will fix our rigged system, a rigged broken system. >> reporter: president obama mocking the republican nominee. >> donald trump is already talking how the game is rigged. i have to say, that means he's losing. >> reporter: trump surprised his own campaign staff in gettysburg, saturday, near the
battlefield, threatening to sue the women who accused him of sexual misconduct, acquisitions he denies. >> every woman who lied when they came forward to my campaign, the events never happened, never. all of these liars will be sued after the election is over. >> reporter: with a new poll showing trump trailing clinton by 12 points nationwide, his campaign manager admitting on "meet the press." >> we are behind. she husband campaigning for her and president and vice president much more popular than she can hope to be. fodder for "saturday night live." >> repeat for me. i, donald trump promise to accept the results of this election. >> the results of this election if i win. >> reporter: trump will continue
for a two-day swing. it's a state trump has to win to overtake clinton with that double digit lead. >> thanks. an intense manhunt for a man suspected of shooting two police officer s outside oklahoma city. they were reporting to shots fired when they came under fire. the officers are being treated for what a non-life threatening wounds. one suspect in custody and another fled in a stolen police car and then carjacked another vehicle and is still at large. there was high drama on the delaware memorial bridge when an rv filled with marijuana-laced candy caught on fire. it promotes the legalization of pot and all got out okay. it was heading to philadelphia
jersey. traffic was backed up for miles. >> you had ha straight face for most of that. just ahead. trending, dog owners wondering about whether you should let your dog lick you on your face. >> and al recovering from knee replacement surgery. something for parents to worry about when it comes to sports and head injuries, the be your only concerns. first, these messages. ng a bro tale: the musical, i came up... ...with this idea of four towers that were fire escapes... ...essentially. i'll build a little model in photoshop and add these... ...details in with a pen. i could never do that with a mac. i feel like my job is... ...to put out there just enough detail to spur the audiences... ...imagination to fill in all the blanks.
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8:10 with an al returns version. >> only on minimum painkillers. let's get to the op-ed that had hundreds of people marching in defense of yoga pants. an editorial saying yoga pants can be young women who have the blessing of youth but on adult women there is something bizarre and disturbing about the appearance they make in public. later, the writer said he was just kidding. no joke, that was the scene outside people all ages, both genders to march in support of women wearing whatever they
yough a ga pants. >> see the guy walking by in yoga pants? >> they went right across the guy's home. they didn't target him but wanted to show -- >> more like torches and lanterns. >> but in yoga pants. >> in yoga pants. >> the leaning tower of cease-fire. residents in the bay area are concerned this morning about their 58 story tower. it was compl and since then it has sunk 16 inches into the ground. >> wow. the problem, it's not only sinking but leaning at the top 16 inches. in the middle of an earthquake zone. they say it's common for it to sync and more than a dozen people are sing the developer,
safe and now working on a solution. >> can you imagine? the apartments are gorgeous. >> and pricey. >> started on the 58th floor and now on the 56th floor. >> i don't know i'd be all that comfortable. here's something that determines whether you are a dog person or not. do you let your dog lick your face? >> i do. >> he lunges in and i fine. >> dog saliva on human skin is extremely unlikely to cause problems on healthy people. research does find dogs carry a host of bacteria, viruses. the recommendation, do not let dogs lick your nose, your mouth or your eyes. >> just say one thing.
and what they're licking in the process. >> and how they say hello to each other. >> let's go to "pop start" on that note. >> i will try. we start out with taylor swift putting her own spin on one of the biggest songs. you know the song, her ex, calvin harris and her exhibitions made this a super breakup and she helps rewrite the song with ca taylor performing a stripped down cover of the hit. ?? >> that was taylor performing at the formula 1 grand prix in austin and called this her only show in 2016. she worked hard last year. this was the only one for this year.
now to "saturday night live," did you see it, apparently not intimidated by donald trump's insult they were back at it and one of trump's most famous or infamous phrases from that night. >> people are pouring into this country from mexico and a lot of them are very bad hombres. >> bingo, i got bingo! she wasn't my daughter. f she wa >> he played moderator. hanks and musical guest, lady gaga helping the show get its best ratings of the season. and tom hanks in the next half
>> how about a guy who handles the pressure releasing a brand new blockbuster and hosting "saturday night live" in the same week. thank you. we're happy to have al back in studio 1a this morning two weeks after knee replacement surgery. how are you feeling? >> i'm feeling okay, a little ouchchy and for the most part better than when i went in. technology and procedures have come such a long way, doctors wa soon as possible. that meant house calls from one fiscal therapist. you would think when you get knee surgery you would be able to rest. not when he is 6'4" and former football player. >> i will try be as careful as possible. >> how far can i bend my knee?
knee totally replaced less than two week ago. >> we focus on three things to get me back and moving. first, strength. >> we're trying to get that last bit of extension in the knee and get these quadricep muscles to fire nice and strong. this will help keep your knee from buckling when you walk. >> billy puts me through a series of exercises. next thing we focus on, balance. this makes sure around safely. >> if you're not stable on one leg, guess what? you're not stable walking. >> finally, agility, combining strength and balance. >> with a new prosthetic knee, your brain and knee don't talk to each other. >> it doesn't know there's something not there? >> right. >> and lunges and taking a stab at the stairs. good thing, i live in a brown stone with plenty of stairs at
>> beautiful. >> billy says i'm doing not too badly. >> not a lot of people two weeks after surgery can step up the stairs. >> after iing it over, a high compression machine. my best friend, ice, ice baby. again, the painkiller's kicking in. it's really interesting. they do get you up right away. no outpatient physical therapy, 3 to 4 days a week. that's the most important. >> you had your other knee replaced 15 years ago? is that different? >> i was in the hospital 11 days and out of work a month. i had other conditions. >> but you're in better shape and always on your bike? >> it's been a fun transition.
better now than before i went in. >> thanks very much. how about a check of the weather? >> let's look at the week ahead. rain and wind in pacific northwest in northern california, sunshine in the east to begin the week. as we move to the latter part of the week, strong storms in the northwest, rain by the end of the week in the northeast. temperature-wise, it stays a country, below average on both coasts. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> fresh and cool and a few clouds floating over the metro area now and temperatures in the 50s and later today in the 60s. it will be our warmest day as a chilly change moves in. beginning tomorrow stays in place the next weekend and
and maybe even monday morning that halloween day. >> that's your latest weather, twice. >> thank you so much. to our new series, winning at all costs, for years, researchers have stuied the long-term effects of concussions on football players. >> and a long body of evidence, even hits that don't cause concussions could be causes for concern. results. >> we were looking specifically at young players, 8 to 13 years old. what they discovered may make some youth leagues question lou they practice and play and make their parents question whether or not they should play at all. football practice in north carolina can get rough. former nfl player, greg delong, watches his son, jake, from the
there. >> but the culture of the game has changed. >> we came up from the era, if your head wasn't hurting, you can play. >> reporter: these days, it's seen less as a badge of courage and more as a reason for concern. we already know concussions are bad. now, scientists are beginning to look at sub concussive hits or hits that don't cause
"radiology." it tracks 25 youth football players and recording every hit they took to the head over a single season and compared images of the players' brain before and after. the first of its kind study showed football players at this young age are hitting each other hard enough and often enough to cause actual changes in the structure of their brain even without getting concussions. >> we see a change than those hit less. >> reporter: it shows changes in the critical white matter in the player's brain over just one season. >> you can see it's white and those are the wires that connect different parts of the brain function unfolds. >> reporter: one of the lead researchers stopped short of calling the changes in the player's brain actual brain damage. >> what do the changes mean? >> there's more we don't know
long-term change in function or memory or attention or anything important to function day-to-day. >> reporter: the ground breaking study uses technology used before in older players from high school to the nfl. >> reporter: this is logging every hit on the field? >> yes. >> show me how it works in the helmet? >> the data is wirelessly transmitted to our sideline laptop. > accelerometers measure the location and force of the hit in real-time. >> as the arrow moves around the head, it's showing the chaning impact location. >> every game and every practice and every hit recorded including on dr. power's own son, john, one of the study subjects. what have you seen as far as how hard the hits are on kids this age? >> we have seen they can generate forces every bit as
players have. >> really? >> reporter: the kids who took part in this study had mixed reaction. this is north carolina, the heart of football country. delong has friends who died from cte, the degenerative brain disease caused by repeated trauma to the brain. now, he waits to see if the white matter in his son's brain changed over the course of this season. >> if jake is one of those players and patients, we're going to pull him. 11-year-old boys both took part in the study. >> actually, my oldest, i found he was sleeping with the football. they truly love this sport. >> reporter: keeping a list of concussion symptoms on the door of her refrigerator, says she won't pull her kids from the game until she knows more. >> the only result that could possibly be alarming to me is that the potential link to other concerns, which is, you know,
>> reporter: researchers are hoping to follow the players through high school and perhaps longer, but the kinds of results she is waiting for are years away at best. this study is really just a start. >> people feel very passionately about football. are we as a country getting closer to reality and danger? >> sometimes are are extremely passionate and we have to realize these are human beings subjecting their bodies to this. >> the scientists who conducted this study said funding is one of their largest battles and incredibly expensive and they spend much of the time trying to secure the money they will need to do it. >> fascinating. a lot of parents paying close attention to that. thank you very much.
rushmore right here, when you don't even need to say a name. look at that. i will enjoy it, like everyone else from afar. >> should we lean forward? is a "news4 today" newsbreak. >> good morning, 8:26 on this monday october 24th. i'm aaron gilchrist. let's check in with melissa mollet. >> still have this closure because of a fatal s drive. police directing traffic southbound and some delays because of that this morning. westbound 66, before sick more street, we have a crash westbound and at sully, crash reported there. beltway okay, 295 inbound from the bottom of the beltway, quite slow. >> thank you. a check on the forecast when we
change moves in. cooler than average temperatures, next chance of rain may be thursday afternoon or evening and over the weekend and monday morning. would overturn roe vs. wade. barbara comstock: i think roe vs. wade should be overturned. woman: barbara comstock. man: too right-wing for northern virginia. narrator: house majority pac is responsible for the content of this ad. woman: barbara comstock is too right-wing. woman: barbara comstock is against marriage equality. man: she even voted to allow
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to the work week and last week it was kind of hot and this week, fall is here. >> what a cast of characters. tom hanks is here. his newest blockbuster about to home. the host of "snl" is here. >> a lew look at the wife of h derek jeter here. we could not be more honored than to have anthony bourdais in the kitchen. shaing with us one of his favorite recipes. already -- are you ready? >> i'm ready and it sounds delicious. sausages and gravy. >> 10 years since he last cooked here? >> 10 years since his last
planned today. hurricane season coming to a close. not too bad. coming right toward the end. it lasts until the end of november. so far this year, we had 14 named storms, we averaged 12, averaged six hurricanes on average, three major hurricanes so far. the average, three, so we are right on target where we should be as far as hurricanes are concerned. for today, much above average temperatures in the country. pacific northwest and in northern california and the east coast and plenty of sunshine and cooler temperatures, that's what's going on around the country and here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> awesome bright day. 10:00, upper 50s and 2:00 p.m. mid-60s and 3 to 4:00 and lots of sunshine and lighter wind late in the day and in the 50s tonight and 40s tomorrow morning.
that through the rest of the week and weekend and the first part of next week. cooler than average temperatures, showers thursday afternoon, evening and perhaps again over the weekend. >> where are you from? >> d.c. >> lots of good stuff going on there. don't forget that weather any time you need it. the weather channel on cable and weather.com online. now, to thank you very much. one of our favorites is here, mr. hanks. two oscars. >> long ago. >> and his movies grossed more than$8 billion. >> i've been told that. i think someone is cooking the books. >> and in this new movie "inferno" and this time the professor must unlock clues to
>> we can't stay here. the plague exists. you know how many go. s want it. >> you know how far people will go to get it. >> the letters. >> he has assigned a letter to each sin and then changed their order. >> he made these. >> yes. >> anagram. >> tom hanks, good morning. >> disgust in my voice anagram thing. >> this worldwide virus, i had the flu shot this year. does that cover me? >> i don't know. there might be conspiracy to give you the virus when you get the flu shot. i'm joke, please. take it as a joke, please. >> you have to describe this plot to us. matt and i are constantly talking about the malthusian theory. >> i know.
cups. when i was in junior college we finished a history course and the professor wrote up you need to learn this word and wrote the word triage that eventually the world will have too many people in it in order to sub sist on its own. that stuck with me a long period of time and that's what "inferno" is about, quantum physics that there could be too many people on the theory. >> that's what i'm built for. >> when ron howard was asked about you and landon- >> trouble. >> he said, you are like a dog with a bone and that makes you very much like this character, both curious, is that fair? >> when i read these books, i do it with my google page open because everything dan brown references, you search out. there's pieces of art, architecture in the history of a
i come in armed and ready to go and i could point out stuff. >> one of the greatest things about these movies, they're always set in the most beautiful places, florence, the ninth circle of hell. that didn't look too good. beautiful settings, what a nice place to go. >> the only thing we sometimes have to put up cones and say things like the gardens are closed today. agendas. i don't get to see it today! i have to tell you, walking to work in the morning at 5:45 with my own cappuccino and you have to go across the pond devecchio, yes, dante took this secret packet, if i had the right set of keys, i could see florence
i know where they all are. >> you spent the weekend hosting "saturday night live." >> yes. >> you're there at a time where the show is feasting on politics. >> it's on fire. wednesday night we're watching the debate of the 17th floor of "30 rock," the entire building is shut down, everybody's locked on the monitors. for 90 minutes, that's good, we can use that. we're doing pretty good. in the last 30 seconds, a gift to -- i'll keep you in suspense and let you know the day -- holy cow, this is the high country, they were very happy up there. >> this is not your fist radio, you've done srnl -- >> nine times. >> do you get nervous? >> the wrl is key, a very intricate puzzle.
transform right until you walk on the stage. >> they make changes at the last minute. >> they have internal cuts, and american data and cut cut and you honestly have seven seconds to look at the pages and pray it's on the card and it's always on the card. >> you may have gotten this sense but tom is one to go to self-deprecaing humor when you good bet to get another oscar nomination. >> if they invite me to the pancake -- here's the thing, they give everybody a little thing and give out tvs and waffle irons and pancake breakfast, you think, no, i would really like to win that electric football game. that looks like a lot of fun. i wonder if i will make it. >> best of luck. >> thank you, guys, congratulations.
>> the what's going on? there's all kinds of women like you. the orange room was filled with them. >> there's dylan. there she is, that's right, tom hanks, it's the "today" show. what can i say? "inferno" opens friday. alex jeter and alana muhammad ali and tell you what he meant to them and probably to
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jeter. >> i have had a fascination, i would say borders on obsession. started going through the pages of this and i saw images i have never seen before. it was amazing. what was this like pulling it together? >> it was awesome. when the ali estate reached out to us and said they were interested in this project, a no-brainer to us. we wanted to capture ali with a unique perspee family. it doesn't get any better than that. >> it spans his lifetime and shows all facets of muhammed. childish impish muhammed, experienced athlete, pensive muhammed. muhammed that belonged to the world and icon and later years. >> "unfiltered" is a series of
than "unfiltered." >> yes. >> do you have a favorite picture in the book? >> most people like to see pictures in the ring but i like to see outside the ring, people that didn't know who he was but the smiles on their faces shows his personality. >> how about you? >> it's abut generation. one picture in there of a little boy with a muhammad ali t-shirt on, muhammad on the front. interesting to see this little one, muhammad is being passed down to that next generation. >> you are an athlete that rose to the top of your chosen sport as muhammad did. muhammad decided he wanted an
people around the world. what did you learn as an athlete what the power of sport could be and power of personality. >> fist things first. he was a fierce competitor. outstrained everyone. when you talk about legacy, you can have a legacy in the ring and on the field. but what he stood for goes without saying, someone all athletes look up to. the way he spoke his mind, stood up time there are repercussions for that. >> i think of muhammad often when i watch football on sundays and watch the protests and watch the reaction to a guy like colin kaepernick who decided to take a knee during the national anthem. muhammad would have had something to say about it. >> absolutely. he would have been very proud of
it that way but that he knew something was wrong in society and standing up for social injustice. athletes have that platform and i'm glad to see they're taking it. >> when this guy retired, i sat down and talked and gave him a list of athlete, muhammad ali, brett favre, michael jordan, what do they have in common? >> he said, they're all winners. >> i said, no, he didn't take the bait then and what about now? >> i don't think any would want me to come back. >> not true. giver me a pprediction, what wil happen in the world series, who wins. >> you put me on the spot. >> you didn't know i would ask you that? >> i don't know. i'm happy for both cities. >> who do you want to win? >> the team i want to win already lost. i don't root for the teams i don't play for. no, it will be exciing for
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cookbook. it's been 10 years since you wrote one. >> i enjoy my work so much. trying to be useful this time. i'm the father of a 9-year-old. these are dishes she likes and very much a book geared towards being useful and entertaining at home with a 9-year-old in mind. >> see not so adventurous to be intimidating. >> no. reasonable expectations should be an important part cookbook, people likely to mess up and what they should and shouldn't try trying to impress people. a lot of cookbooks are that way and geared towards ordinary cooks cooking at home with friends and family. >> besides acceptability are there 33 between recipes or all different cuisines? >> stuff i like on an emotional level and greatest hits from
these are things any late night stoner in a dormitory should be able to put together. >> you just described me in my college years. not really. i will follow you for something delicious. our taste testers are downstairs anxious to try it. does your daughter like cuisine or -- >> she's very daing with her food and eating oysters. i never tried to make her a everything. >> what are we doing? >> we're doing what every grandmother in italy does better than me, probably in new jersey. this is sunday gravy. a tradition of getting two dishes out of one. slow braise meat. i'm using ox tail here. >> why the choice of ox tail. >> this is the traditional thing. you can use beef short ribs,
well. it's important people understand you should never overcrowd the pan when you brown the meat. brown the meat, once it is browned, remove it from the pan and you get this nice brown stuff down there and your meat over here. >> add in spices here. >> onion. very important to salt your onions. at this time, really brings up the flavor. what about neck bones? >> ox tail. you don't want to crowd the pan because it will get too cool. a little pepper. crushed red pepper. a little oregano. >> garlic. i'm speeding this up. once the sauce is clear, very important, chef's trick, throw in your tomato paste and mix it
saute it for a while until it gets brown. >> all right. >> and starts to stick to the pan. doesn't look too pretty. at this point, deglaze. >> deglaze the pan. >> with red wine, sauce and you scrape up all that good stuff into your sauce. >> the bits and parts at the bottom and reduces to something that looks very much like this. >> looks very good. >> now, you can add your crushed t tomatoes. >> you said, when you were taught by a real italian grandma that kept hitting you every time. >> that was in naples and she would periodically hitting me. >> matt does that to me during the show. >> just some basil and bay lee and rosemary and thooichl, throw in there with your meat. plop it in, bring to a boil and put on the lid and throw into a 350 degree oven about 2 1/2
then throw in your sausages, back into the oven for another half hour. through the magic of television. >> downstairs, what do you guys think? >> we've been tasing since you started. >> good bread to top up the sauce. >> there we go. you should have nice tender pull off the bone meat. >> my gosh. >> you want to serve on the side with the secondu you get two courses for one out of relatively inexpensive ingredients and you actually have three courses because the end of the day you can drag your bread around in the sauce. >> what al was talking about, you need a good bread. >> it's almost not eating anymore if you can't drag bread through at the end. >> anthony bourdain, thank you so much. the book is called "appetite."
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it's a really meaty full flavored beef. >> i was afraid to ask. i thought you would say the tail of an ox. >> five delicious bacon recipes. 8:56 your time on monday, october 24th, 2016. i'm eun yang. we want too check on your commute with melissa mollet and first 4 traffic. >> at georgia avenue and regina drive this is a pedestrian
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>> the a team, baby, it's back. >> do you know how much you were missed? >> no idea. i missed you guys, i really did. >> did you watch everyday? >> nope. i didn't. >> even when i sent you emojis in the morning to wake you up. >> i saw something. i kept moving. >> i thought it was your wake-up call. >> no, no. >> how did you wake up every morning? >> when my knee said, hey, i need another pill, hello, hello! >> they kick in right away. >> yes. fantastic. >> my goodness. you lost three pounds. >> three pounds. that's great. you're actually working out doing physical therapy and getting stuff done.
thank you to all the nice folks that sent tweets and stuff talking about their hip replacements and knee replacements and everybody goes at a different pace. if you don't think it will kick in, stay with it. >> in an effort to gain your 3 pounds back we have treats for you. >> my gosh, look at this. your favorite d, the graham cracker by itself is not that great. >> it's an amazing cookie. >> it's a dry cookie, good to make a crust. i'm very sentimental about the graham cracker, a graham cracker my grandfather, grandpa smith taught me to dump it in whole milk, 0.001, 21,000 and 31,000
school with chocolate pudding. >> and i used to put jelly on it and by the time you get it out of the lunch box, it's fantastic. what did you cook last night in your rehab? >> i go on besides today food.com, the other site i love is new york city cooking and i did a chicken cacciatore. >> is that the one that has peppers and onions in it? >> and sauce and gr >> you brown the chicken and then you make your sauce, your gravy with onion, whatever you want. i put in mushrooms and zucchini. you simmer the rest of the chicken in 40 minutes. >> you use chicken thighs? >> i use chicken thighs. >> you got me hooked on chicken thighs. >> you got a new ceiling.
highlight of my friday i have a ceiling wrap paper thing happening. >> your new wall paper. >> it's finally installed. look at it. we have high ceilings in our living room. our decorator decided to put wall paper on the ceilings. >> what, do you have carpet on the wall? >> they said it's supposed to make a room look bigger. i had an interior designer tell me that. is that they milky way? >> it looks like a grey. >> looks like a grey shimmery feeling. >> it must be very like celestial? >> i think because it's a reflection. >> is that the door, window, the wall? >> behind that window is the nursery. >> oh! >> you don't have to go in, just climb a ladder and look in. >> that's why we left the ladder standing there.
look in, the little boy says, wow, who's that! >> who's looking at me. >> we were joing friday that wasn't something to be really that excited about, wall paper, but i was. here's what i'm really really excited about. here's what happened this morning, my whole life has been leading up to the point i get to meet tom hanks and one of my favorite people. i got to meet him in the orange room this morning having a boy. knew and tom hanks were having a boy? >> that's when we decided we should name the boy eats brokaw or roker. >> i think you should take those pictures and you now can make wall paper out of pictures and put them on the ceiling. >> i'm all about wall paper. >> tom hanks has a great app
typewriter word processor. it makes the sound of an old typewriter with the ding. >> what do i do with it? >> you use it to type out letters and notes. >> what's it called again? >> hanks, h-a-n-x writer. >> i love that! >> i love that. >> you can write apoloies to your twitter friends upset about you -- >> not a lot. i watched "walking dead" from the very first day. on sundays, you cannot call me. i am personally emotionally attached to this show. last night, we finally learned -- the top villain of all time, the worst guy ever, he takes someone out.
al roker doesn't like it because it is very violent. i'm tweeting with all the twitterers out there. this woman wrote me -- >> you already sound like your feelings are hurt. >> no, my feelings aren't hurt, i think i hurt hers. this is what she said, she said i dug thee lady spoiler of the east. you're aware you have followers on the west coast, boo on you. i write back to eloquent. >> i say twitter is trending for a reason, sorry, boo, feeling sassy, mutiny, it's cool. >> people started getting in the conversation of spoiler alerts on twitter. >> overwhelming folks on my side because if you are watching a show of any kind, it will be trending. you can't ask people on the east coast to wait for the west
>> just throwing this out, you could just watch. >> no, no, no. >> i don't know. >> al, that's old school. you watch tv now, someone right now, tweet me. right now, grab the phone and say, i'm tweeting you and in will know you just heard me say it. >> in other words, unless they tell you that, you don't know? >> there's a different tv connection when you're live twe well. >> i do. >> uh-huh. uh-huh. >> welcome back. i got in trouble with one person and i feel there is a larger conversation what counts as a spoiler alert. >> don't they use a lot of special effects makeup in that show? >> i feel a transition coming on. >> we have special effects makeup artist, tyler greene from
>> we will take people from our plaza, lucky fan, and in 60 minutes, the lucky victim will be subjected to this, ashley from ames, iowa and this lucky person. we will only see the back of them and the big reveal. if you're looking for ideas, normally this takes hours. >> it must get put plastic all over. >> like a body bag. >> if something goes wrong the cleanup will be easy. >> like breaking bad. >> how great a weekend did bill murray have? >> every fan that ever walked this earth. >> last night, honored at the kennedy center for mark twain
there's his brother. of course, the main thing for bill was on friday, okay, he predicts a win at the white house pressroom the chicago cubs. of course, what happens? >> the cubs are going to the world series. >> that's right. >> amazing, dodgers fans. if you have to lose to someone, you want to lose to the cubs. what >> who said it would be cubs-cleveland a few weeks ago? >> i missed that. he said it on air. he said it on air. >> did you make a score prediction? >> i did not. that's next week. give me some credit. okay, you came up with it but what's the score? >> you are tough, dreyer.
it would have been even better, not that it's not good. >> w459 is it $7200 a seat because of the historic nature? >> what i love the gm for the cubs is the gm who broke the red sox curse and is snlly the curse whisperer. >> looks pretty happy. >> i was happier when the red sox won. >> your allegiance to your home team. this cleveland because they beat the red sox and rather lose to the team that will go all the way. >> the enemy of my enemy is my friend. >> we should take a road trip. think we can score some tickets? >> in chicago. we don't get in the game. >> we can stand on the other side of the wall and catch the ball. i love that. >> i just ahead, girl scout
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girl scouts and general mills teaming up to create cookie flavored cereal. general mills has confirmed images -- wait a minute. didn't you and brian come up with this idea? >> you didn't pick the flavor. >> do you know the story? >> yes, i do. yes. >> dylan and ryan, her husband, came up with caramel years ago and mars came out with it and now there is girl scout cookie cereal. >> everyone steals my ideas? you came out with girl scout cookie cereal. >> no. but i should have. >> it's mint flavor with milk. you get minty milk. >> i don't like milk my problem.
>> here's what we will do. have free boxes and we will test them live on air. >> chrissy the gan is one of our favorites. you love her. >> and her husband. >> and her daughter, luna. we talked about this idea and she saw the social happy couple showed their daughter trying the spoon for the first time, off the bottle. an idea we've been waiting to talk about. >> i don't know if i agree with it. >> tell us why. >> this is the device here. >> i'm more comfortable with you touching --
>> this is the baby. >> i can't really get to the phone. >> the whole idea of this thing is to be able to look at your phone while you're feeding the baby. >> hold on, give me the baby, give me the bottle. >> this is dumbest thing i've ever seen. >> there is a kick start campaign and this device let's you feed the baby at the same time while on twitter. >> you can baby. >> i don't think i'm using it right. >> and they showed us him and his son and this is a fully funded idea and it will be in your gift basket. learn how to use it. >> are you supposed to use your chin when you're feeding the baby? >> i don't think so. >> look at this amazingly cute video, a koala momma strolling
>> yes. australia, hanging out. >> if it was in new jersey -- >> that would be even better. >> don't they have pouchs? >> yes. but i guess once they get too big -- >> he'd be dragging him. >> that is great. wow! >> what is great is that you are back and ready to do the weather for us. >> i didn't say that. say? we are looking at strong storms coming into the pacific northwest, northern california. warmer than average temperatures, stretching from the southwest into the gulf coast mid-atlantic atlantic states, temperatures, 90s, 80s, 70s, chillier in the great lakes and northeast. for today, we have plenty of sunshine, cooler than usual and a lot of heavy wet weather paesk northwest making its way to the northern sections of california.
the country. here's what's happening in your area. a few clouds from our tower camera and clouds will be in and out this morning and mostly sunny this afternoon. warmest day of the next ten day, highs over 60 and near 60 tomorrow, a little breezy tomorrow, highs in the 50s the next chance of rain thursday afternoon and evening and perhaps over part of the weekend and again, monday morning halloween day. >> if you want a quick taste of key lime pie, squeeze a little lime on a biscott cookie. >> does someone have a lime? >> up next our scary transformations under way. a final reveal in minutes and we will try and get a sneak peek after these messages.
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a couple hours ago, we had two special effects artists on a faceoff. they have been working for 20 minutes, i said hours, 20 minutes or ashley and andrew. we cannot show you their faces, but what i'm seeing is terrifying. >> this is in 20 minutes? >> 20 minutes. i have to go fast on this one. >> what's >> halloween, something scary in honor of "the walking dead" or sci-fi nation. it's exciting. >> can you see it in the mirror? >> i can't. it feels scary. >> it looks scary, too. will your family recognize you? >> probably not. >> will you keep this on for halloween? >> for sure. going to school just like this. >> to the ladies. >> what's the theme here?
going on. >> what's at the top of her forehead? >> antennas. >> antennas. you're turning her into a bug? >> alien. >> my gosh, can you see yourself? >> no. >> are you single? yes, no. >> this may attract a certain type, i'm just letting you know. i can see the beauty beyond. wait until you see the final results. they will be revealed later. if you're a fan of faceoff, they're set to return "faceoff" at 9:00 central, on syfy, this will blow your mind. >> hold on a second, you want mind blown, we're talking bacon, not just any bacon, bacon four other ways as well with my man, ryan. after your local music. >> oh, yeah, not awkward, right?
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>> bacon. let's have some bacon. >> you like that? >> this is so weird. this is a "news4 today" newsbreak. >> 9:26 is the time now. i'm eun yang. today, we expect to learn more about the abuse hearing. prosecutors say surveillance footage shows him inappropriately touching two special needs students. d.c. police want to find two men who set a homeless man on fire. the suspect knocked him to the ground and set his clothes on fire after he told him he didn't have money. it happened around 11:00 saturday night. we check your forecast when we come back.
you know, if there he a one ingredient every dish should if there's one ingredient every food should have, it's bacon showing us how to transform one bacon his new book "one to five." >> good to see you. >> what was the genesis of this book? >> from my mother. she used to take one recipe and the david copperfield of ground beef and make so many dishes out of one thing. >> bacon is our base. >> and we're taking candy bacon the girls are stuffing in their
pancakes with bacon soda and bacon powder sugar, cream, buttermilk. >> give me the song, double six. you have brown sugar and black pepper and -- >> mixy-mixy. >> that's bacon and put brown sugar. >> and more is better. >> cook it halfway and put more on top of it and then put it in the broiler and finish like this. then you have a moment like al and i had with the bacon, here you go, honey. >> now, we will go to the pancakes. >> now, you have the bacon, which is done and i will give you five recipes with the bacon. let's make our pancakes.
flour, bacon soda and salt. >> you mix all the dry ingredients together. >> yes, sir, take the eggs there and i have buttermilk. tamron is saying this pancake batter is what? >> the best i ever had. >> then, what you do, you take your wet ingredients and mix your dry ingredients with my whisk. >> kind of sifting. >> or using thumb now, this is how you make the tamron hall killer pancakes? >> is that the name of it now? >> my second book will have it. love it! now, fold in your egg whites. when you do your egg whites, cut it. >> nice and airy. >> nice and airy your pancake batter. take a little bit of butter and all over your pan and make it super happy.
the middle. this will hold a couple minutes in the fridge, guys, a couple hours. >> what you do, roker, bananas and get a little elis. >> let it set a little bit. an elvis pancake. >> take this bacon in between your pancakes and banana and flip it! now, you take your bacon into cornbread turns into bacon scones turns into bacon marmalade, the lazy man's dish and turns into the best pancakes tamron ever had. no water in it. one thing i struck out on. >> the recipes from today.com/food. >> if you love da vinci, you
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>> the book series sold over 200 million copied worldwide. it hit theaters in 2009 with the film adaptation becoming as successful as the book grossing $2.5 billion and the third installment making its way to the big screen. featuing new locations, a new leading lady and intent on unleashing a deadly plague. >> humanity is the disease. inferno is the cure. >> reporter: but the same robert langdon back on the case ready to face his next challenge, follow the signs and unlock the mystery to stop the unimaginable from happening. >> ben foster, good morning. >> good morning. >> your character, villain, is a guy who's doing something bad but for what he believes are
>> when ron hired me he said he wanted the ad yes to leave with more questions than answers. everything in this film is true and we're dealing with the concept of of overpopulation and that theory called "the herd." >> it's weird because i want to think of you as a bad guy. there are points you make that kind of make sense but, you're a bad guy, no, this is bad. >> he's really bad. for. >> i'm not supporting this contest. in fact, i didn't do that. >> wouldn't that have been a great coincidence if you had his idea and actually got hired to be the villain. >> you heard it here today, the virus is being released. >> you say ron, you're talking about ron howard. >> ron howard. >> how is it you worked with ron? was this a life dream?
>> ron howard is a national treasure. he has contributed to our world as we know it in entertainment. getting the opportunity to be billed with him, you don't say no. he could do a toothpaste commercial and you say, let's go. >> you hadn't read any of his books or movies. >> 32. i had seen his other films. >> not this one? >> no. i've seen all three? you have? oh. we're told you haven't seen the is this the best one? >> i would say not only the best one, you want to support the one you're with, it's a stand alone. you don't need to see the other two to appreciate this. >> but it is the best one. >> i appreciate that. >> "inferno" opens this friday. >> the best one. >> i will go over and do weather right now. it just so happens i was hired to do this so it worked out
we are looking at a wet week ahead, out west, strong storms push their way through and looking at strong stomps later in the midweek period making its way around the great lakes and eastern seaboard and more wet weather. >> he wants in. he asked me. i make dreams happen. >> this is my dream, weather with you. >> that's what's going on here's what's happening with you. >> here, we have sunshine and increasing color for autumn. overlooking the forest of northwest washington, getting nice color. and peaks in about another week. later in the upper 60s and cooler weather much cooler than average and thursday afternoon and evening and perhaps over the weekend late saturday to sunday
>> i came back from sick leave just in time. >> talk about your inferno. coming up -- he hit it big with a smash number one hit "tonight tonight," ryan holiday is returning with a brand new song. ben foster will come over and hug him right after these messages. ? and off you go, ? ?? ? and off you go, ? ?? ? and off you go, ? for every step, every stride, every start, begin strong with the lasting energy of 100% whole grain quaker oats... and off you go. the new false lash look? flaunt the winged effect.
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scandal alert! flo likes dairy?! woman: busted! [ laughter ] right afterwards we caught her riding shotgun with a mystery man. oh, yeah! [ indistinct shouting ] is this your chauffeur? what?! no, i was just showing him how easy it is to save with snapshot from progressive. you just plug it in and it gives you a rate based on your driving. does she have insurance for being boring? [ light laughter ] laugh bigger. [ laughter ] >> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by singer songwriter no stranger to music with the smash single "tonight tonight." the number 1 song. >> now the 29-year-old star is returning to his country roots.
is it more you? >> nothing felt more natural. i grew up in nashville and my parents are country writers. >> you wrote the whole thing? >> i did, i wrote it with my parents and my kid brother all in a home studio. >> it could have turned out badly. >> it easily could have. >> what will you sing? >> sing my brand new song "put a label on it." >> let's do it! ? ? you've been peeling back the label all night long and in the last 10 minutes ? ? you've been drinking up the courage i've been watching you lay it out ? ? i think i know where this is going it's going to be a big change ?
? can't wait for another minute let's go get it over with ? ? acting lic it isn't when we know it is i think it's time we defined the riche ? ? you're all i ever wanted let's go and put label on it ? ? we might catch a little hell for this because it ain't no secret ? ? you tell your friends and i'll tell mine ? ? oh we both know it's coming, too hard to hide you tell your friends and i'll tell mine ? ? we both know it's coming, too
for another minute, let's go and get it over with ? ? acting like we know it isn't when we know it is, time we define the relationship yeah ? ? you're all that i ever wanted let's go and put a label on it ? ? yeah, me and you, let's put a label on it, baby, make it official ? me and you you and me you're all that i ever wanted ? ? let's go put a label on it ?? [ applause ] >> all right. >> i love it. >> that was terrific. awesome, ryan. everybody, thank you for being here. you can catch rion on one to
way and we are moments away from the big reveal of our halloween faze-up. woman: barbara comstock is too right-wing. woman: barbara comstock is against marriage equality. man: she even voted to allow federal contractors to discriminate against gay employees. woman: barbara comstock. too right-wing for northern virginia. narrator: women vote!
and reject any comprehensive immigration reform. both oppose background checks that keep guns from suspected terrorists. and comstock-trump were prepared to shut down the government just for politics. time for luann bennett: comprehensive immigration reform now. common sense gun safety laws. bennett tells congress: do your job. i'm luann bennett and i approve this message. woman: barbara comstock is too right-wing i'm luann bennett to represent me. woman: or me. woman: barbara comstock
should be overturned. woman: barbara comstock. man: too right-wing for northern virginia. narrator: women vote! is responsible for the content of this ad. now the moment you've been waiting for, the results of the halloween maer creatures from sci-fi's faceoff. they're scary, not laughing. now for the big reveal, andrew and ashley, can you please turn on your flashlight? ready? >> is that what you looked like before or after? only kidding. wow!
quickest you've done this? tell us about her. what's going on? >> i decided to turn her into a lovely alien, very cute. more than just makeup. she has a prosthetic forehead on. what do you think? >> it's cool. >> do we have a before? >> yeah. >> do we have a before picture? >> look at that! >> probably not. >> how about zombie, mr. zombie? >> all right! >> what do you think? how do you feel? can you talk? >> all right. >> a winner. >> they both are winners. >> there you go.
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too right-wing for northern virginia. narrator: house majority pac is responsible for the content of this ad. newsbreak. >> 9:57 is your time on october 24, 2016. a new bus service is up and running to national harbor. i lynx the oldest nation with alexandria, it will connect with metro trains and the casino. it runs from 6:00 a.m. in the
now. >> it's wonderful. temperatures climbing into the 60s. we will hit the upper 60s in the afternoon. a little breezy today as well as tomorrow. highs in the 50s and 60 on saturday. and a chance of rain late saturday and sunday morning and perhaps monday morning. >> thanks. we will have an update on a springs. our transportation reporter will have a live report.
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